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The Nursing Education System In US

February 27, 2013 by  
Filed under Certified Nursing Assistant License

The United States RN is divided into four levels: ADN (Associate Degree in Nursing), state-controlled bharat sanchar nigam (Bachelor of Science in Nursing), MSN (Master of Science in Nursing) and the DSN (Doctor of Science in Nursing).

No nursing professional schools in the United States (nursing), if you want to be a RN. You can study a four-year university nursing departments to be state-controlled bharat sanchar nigam (large), or two years after graduating from high school to study ADN – RN course, become ADN; ADN similar to a college degree, major in the future if you want to become a state-controlled bharat sanchar nigam, as long as three years nursing courses, can become a state-controlled bharat sanchar nigam.

MSN refers to RN master degree, and the DSN is a doctoral degree in RN, the U.S. currently advocated APRN (Advanced Practice Registered findings), refers to a master’s degree or above and a state licensed professionals attestation of high-level nursing staff, some states (such as: California) APRN can separate the diagnosis to patients, can also be opened on its own.